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Role of intraguild predation in aphidophagous guilds
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Hemptinne, J. L. - Magro, A. - Saladin, C. - Dixon, Anthony F. G.
Role of intraguild predation in aphidophagous guilds.
Journal of Applied Entomology. Roč. 136, č. 3 (2012), s. 161-170. ISSN 0931-2048
Institucionální podpora: RVO:67179843
Klíčová slova: aphidophagous guilds * cost of intraguild predation * interspecific predation * intraguild predation * ladybird beetles * omnivory
Kód oboru RIV: EH - Ekologie - společenstva
Impakt faktor: 1.560, rok: 2012
The concept of intraguild predation (IGP) appeared in 19871989 to describe trophic interactions within a guild of arthropods inhabiting a sand dune desert: consumers B prey on consumers A and both of them prey on a common resource. Theory predicts that the two types of consumers should only coexist if consumer A is more efficient in the conversion of the common resource than B. As a consequence, this resource is more abundant in the presence than in the absence of intraguild predators. Such a theoretical prediction probably explains the vivid interest shown by ecologists involved in biological control for IGP. It is therefore not surprising that many papers report on IGP among natural enemies of aphids. A close examination of these reported cases indicates that they rarely fulfil the theoretical requirements for IGP. That is, guilds of aphidophagous insects are rarely the theatre of IGP but frequently of interspecific predation. This is confirmed by experimental assessment of the cost of attacking and eating intraguild prey instead of extraguild in ladybird beetles.
Trvalý link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0217590